Crowds surround Soviet Red Army soldiers heading toward the Polish front following rising tensions that finally broke into open war (the Polish-Soviet war) in 1919. Red Army soldiers march across Red Square, in Moscow, Russia. The Kremlin and St. Basil's cathedral are seen in background. People carry various banners. A military band leads a contingent of soldiers in a parade along a street, followed by soldiers literally marching under a banner of "Communism." Elsewhere, on Red Square, people are assembled and hold banners. Scene shifts to Voskresenskaya Square (now Revolution Square) where huge crowd is gathered around the Memorial to Marx and Engels, which is placarded with a sign and surrounded by several persons holding large flags aloft. Camera pans across the square where people seem to be enjoying the festivities.
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